I need more stuff! Sell me some Reward Points!
Not a problem!
Reward Points are available at a reasonable exchange rate.
Inside TriadCity, you can use them to purchase
for the complete current list.
Please note that your Reward Points don't belong to any
particular TriadCity character. You can share them out any way you
like, any time you like.
Please note also that Reward Points are not useful in the
They're a TriadCity thing.
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"In 1455, Gutenberg invented the printing press -- but not the book as we know it. Books printed before 1501 are called incunabula; the word is derived from the Latin for swaddling clothes and is used to indicate that these books are the work of a technology still in its infancy. It took fifty years of experimentation and more to establish such conventions as legible typefaces and proof sheet corrections; page numbering and paragraphing; and title pages, prefaces, and chapter divisions, which together made the published book a coherent means of communication. The garish videogames and tangled Web sites of the current digital environment are part of a similar period of technical evolution, part of a similar struggle for the conventions of coherent communication. Now, in the incunabular days of the narrative computer, we can see how twentieth-century novels, films and plays have been steadily pushing against the boundaries of linear storytelling." — Janet H. Murray, Hamlet on the Holodeck: The Future of Narrative in Cyberspace ( info)